Dr. Carroll Landrum says the people of poverty-stricken Edwards, Mississippi, need him. But the state medical licensing board is trying to revoke his license. They say he's incompetent. However, Landrum notes they have provided no examples of his incompetence. He says they are trying to take his license away just because he has no office and practices out of his car, going to meet patients at their homes or other places convenient for them.
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